Mosca (portuguese word for a fly), is a toy based on a game I played on my childhood. It requires two or more players and consists in three wooden planks, that must be placed on the ground, with a distance of one foot between each one of them. The game involves jumping between each stick like triple jump, without touching them.
To start a match, the players, in line, decide who will be the mosca (fly) on the first round. Mosca is the last player jumping and will increase the distance of the planks by jumping further. The last plank is moved to the place where his last feet touched the ground and the next round starts on the opposite direction. Everyone that falls before the last stick loses. The player who jumps further than Mosca plays that role in the next round.